Happy is she who believed that the Lord would fulfill the promises he made to her.
Where: The Hub
For more information, please contact Susan (050-130-7657) or email HERE
When: Last Saturday of each month
Where: The Hub
For more information, please contact Blessy (050-240-2259) or email HERE
Or contact Isabel (050-886-0278) or email HERE
4 THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT THE WOMEN’S MINISTRY:
1. It’s not limited to church goers.
All ladies are welcome, not just members of Cornerstone. The sessions are ideal to
invite female friends/family/colleagues that God has laid on your heart.
2. The ministry has been running for ten years.
Since launching in 2010, a total of 20 in-depth studies have been covered. The ministry has grown from strength to strength, and multiplying in numbers.
3. It’s not just stuffy theology.
The Women’s Ministry aims to offer practical advice from the Gospel, with doctrine relevant today to help empower women in Christ.
4. Women’s lives have been transformed through this ministry.
Broken marriages have been restored, physical ailments healed, spiritual emptiness made whole, and emotional distress comforted, all through God’s transformational work and the support and fellowship of the women in this group.
Cornerstone’s Women’s Ministry is the ideal group for those hungry for the Word, looking to further ignite their passion in Christ, and to dive into deep sessions in Scripture. The aim of this ministry is not just to provide doctrine, but practical advice relevant for Godly living today, and to see lives transformed as women become empowered to walk in their calling. This group is for real people, with real issues, in real life. Many women will also testify that it is a wonderful platform for long-lasting friendships to form and to benefit from regular fellowship, through an authentic and informal setting.
Previous studies have included courses on the women of the Bible; the gifts of the Holy Spirit; the fruits of the Spirit; life lessons from the story of David; knowing Jesus through Song of Songs; and rethinking our intimacy and destiny in God through the book of Daniel.